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WE ARE HERE!
With a line of fresh fruits and vegetables right from the orchards and
gardens of Idaho's greatest fruit producing section
Wholesale and Retail
Idaho Fruits and Vegetable è
We carry at all times Peaches, prunes, Tomatoes, Apples, Melons and
Cantaloupe. Always fresh and ready to use.
We solicit the Patronage of
Freighters and Farmers
A MIXED CAR OF FRESH ASSORTED FRUITS
WILL ARRIVE THURSDAY
WE DELIVER FREE IN THE CITY

Obermeyer Fruit Company
Montpelier, Idaho
Phone 113
LOCAL NEWS
F A. Dlmick who Is connected with
the Anaconda Mining ft Milling com
pany at Phosphate near Sdda Springs
spent the week end visiting his fam
. By in ths city.
Fine shipment of colored fall felt
hats for ladles and misses at the Fair
Store, Sam L. Lewis, prop
F. W. EdghlII of Wardboro was a
business visitor to town last Satur
day. Mr. Edgbill reports grain yield
ing heavy in that district.
Buy your boy or girl a pure-bred
Duroc-Jersey pig. You win
best kind in Geneva. F. W. Boehme,
or sons. a5-4t.
Mr. ànd Mrs. M, E. White of Poca
tello spent a few days of the week In
Montpelier visiting relatives and
friends.
For the latest teclpes of good
things to eat, watch the ad. of W. J.
Crockett MercantUe company each
week In the Examiner.
Mrs. Camas Nelson is spending a
few weeks In Montana visiting rela
tives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jensen of Boise
have been gueets of friends in Mont
pelier for a few days.
Mrs. John Barrett and a number
of friends are spending the week on
Bear Lake.
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NEW FALL UNE NOW READY
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nnounciog our first showing of exclusive coats, suits, dresses, shirts arçd
blouses for ladies and n>is$es, in tbc most correct arjd pleasing apparel
eger presented by tl)is store, fill the new models for autun)Q are here.
It will surely pay you to come
to our store and look over the many dainty lines
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In the Millinery Department "°„d «Z»"éT„ s r iZT'* headgearwi "
at your service at all times and every assistance will be extended to you in making a selection of a new fall
hat that will ever give the highest satisfaction.
Our milliner is
Gome in today and see this smart display ^f the latest models
in every line of women's apparels. You'll be rewarded
We are complete outfitters for men and boys
New Fall Suits Are Hete
DEPARTMENT STORE quality f"**
IQME OF HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES FOR MEN
i.
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Stanley Bird returned to bis home
In Dalla«, Texas, last week accom
panied by hia brother Gean Bird, *ho
will «pend a year or so in Texas with
his brother. Mrs. Bird remained
here to spend some time visiting her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Orson Peudiy
of Paris.
Five minutes are well spent by
looking over America's leading line
of Men's wear, as we are saving from
16.00 to 110.00. 100 per cent sat
isfaction for a suit. Come and sek
Fred Seller, local tailor. a25-sl
Mrs. James Lyons has been spend
ing a month in Pocatello visiting her
son James B. Lyons and family.
An adjustment every week day In
September for only $15.00. O. B.
Parrot, Chiropractor.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tueller spent
a few days last week in EvanBton
visiting relatives and friends.
WE ARE READY to do outside
Painting, Paper-hanging, Paper
Cleaning, Calsomining. Call us be
fore you let your Job out to anyone.
Wa stand behind all of our work.
Second hand furniture taken as part
pay. R. M. Gortcinsky one door east
Gem State Lumber Co., Phone 349.
Jy-16-tf.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Tueller of Ev
anston will spend a few weeks In this
city visiting relatives and friends.
It
Mrs. James Crouch returned Fri
day from Missoula Montana where
she has been Attending the State Uni
ersity the past summer. Mrs. Crouch
was among the 35 students who was
graduated at the end of the summer
quarter, receiving the degree of
bachelor of arts. She has done her
major work in the field of commerce
and finance with her minor in Eng
lish.
RdrCIosnef was a business visitor
to Pocatello during the week.
YOU SAVE WHEN YOU
BUY FOR CASH
SOME OF OUR DAILY
Large Cans Milk_
Large Cans T<>matoea._ JB tor 25c
Small Cans Tomatoes
String Beans
Rosins
Jam_
Pineapple, laijge cans_
Peaches, larges cans
Crystal White Soap
A. B. (Soap
0 lb. sack
Bear Brand Syrup.-1 gallon $1.00
Dark Karo _J_
Large Cans Halm
GaUon Cans Apples
FRANK JONES & SONS
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE.
PRICES:
2 for 25c
10c
- -—SB for 25c
—Package 25c
--.Can 20c
r
...80c
...4 for 25c
—4 for 30c
lied Oat*.--,05a
1 gallon 90c
on
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WEEK END SPECIALS
In seasonable wearing apparel and dress goods.
We have assembled a few extra special values in
up to date merchandise, that we are selling at from
25 to 33 percent below regular prices. A partial list
of these bargain specials is given below:
$5.00 value, all silk petticoats
$5.00 value trieolette blouses....
20.00 valhe wool dresses_
7.50 value brown or black oxfords .. 6.15
1.50 value black sateen petticoats .. 98c
2.00 value childrens shoes
1.50 value Kabo Corsets ..
$3.98
Belding Bros. Silks.
Tan Pongee .
A heavy tan Pongee.
Ladies Kid Gloves .
Ladies Brown Silk Hose
2.98
3.98
98c
13.98
1.23
2.48
98c
New Fall Showing in Ladies Suits
and coats
1.49
98c
$9.98 to 39.98
The
Golden Rule Mercantile Co
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Rufers of Low Prices
Don't Miss it - Monday, August 29
MATINEE 10 and 25c
NIGHT 10 and 35c
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A Benj. B. Hampton Production,
Z&ne Grey's tf
Greatest Novel
The U. P. Trail
99
A Massive Picture of the Great West, with a favorable
cast including Ray Stewart, Joseph J. Dawling, Kathlyn
Williams, Robert WcKinn and Marguerite De La Motte.
Next week is BED, SPRING and
MATTRESS SALE WEEK at Nielsen
Jones Furniture Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gee of Port
land spent a couple of days of the
week in the city visiting Mr. Gee's
parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gee.
Mr. Gee is In the railway train ser
vice, operating out of the Rose City.
Marvin Olsen of Olsen Bros., fruit
company of Brigham City unloaded
three cars of the famous Brlpham
melons among the merchants of the
city Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seashore of
Brigham were visitors to Montpelier
Monday, enroute to Bear Lake.
It
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kotter and
children, Miss Maurin« Kotter and
Miss Henrietta Bott of Brigham City
were taking in the sights of Mont
pelier, Monday,
camping on the lake.
PUBLIC LIBRARY—Open each
Wednesday and Saturday afternoon,
Mrs. O. H. Groo in charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Myers return
ed the latter part of last week to
their home in Madison, Wis., after
an extended visit with Mrs. Myers
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bird.
Mts. Walter G. Phelps and
bers of the family spent Tuesday
Bear Lake.
The party has been
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Want Column
WANTED— Stenographérs and Typ
ists who are in need of a position
or desiring to improve tlreir condi
tion to address P. O. Box 1205,
al2-26
Boise, Idaho.
FOR SALE
Three room house,
small barn, 20 acres of land, two
miles from town. Thomas; 'Wil
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liams.
FOR SALE—Six room modern house
practically new, on Jefferson st.,
Call at the Examiner office.
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LOST—Between Antelope Flat and
St. Charles a header canvass.
Finder leave at this office or Sco
fields Store. St. Charles. Re
ward.
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FOR SALE —By owner, 40 acre ir
rigated farm, three miles from
Richfield, Idaho. Partly in alfalfa
plenty of water, small house, and
barn, good crops, good climate.
Priced right.- Terms. See H. M.
Moore, at Riter Bros. Drug Co.,
Montpelier, Idaho.
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FOR SALE—Five room house, newly
painted and in good condition, for
only $1000.00. Enquire of C. H.
Frederick, city.
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WANTED—A cow and calf
change for dental work.
Beckstrom, Montpelier.
in ex
See Dr.
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FOR SALE—Two New' Home Elec
tric Sewing Machines. Will sell at
cost for cash. Idaho Electric Co. •

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